We have been to couple of Japanese gardens and found them to be quiet and tranquil and an excellent place for meditation and reflection This garden was no exception and was nicely laid out and tranquil. Plan to spend about an hour to walk through and enjoy the garden There were only a few other visitors when we went which... 更多
I spent a warm afternoon touring the gardens. They were well done and fascinating, but lacked the color I expect from an urban garden in may.
I had a very pleasant experience at the Japanese Friendship Garden. I enjoyed the peace, tranquility, and beauty of the garden. I bought some food in the gift shop for the koi fish and ducks. They were all hungry and ate the food quickly. There were many pretty pigeons in the park, too. They seemed very content, bathing and preening... 更多
This place is wonderful and very beautiful. My kids loved feeding the huge Koi fish and very affordable. I wish only the Japanese tea house was open to public too. Only used for parties who pay an additional $35pp Other then that a great way to spend an hour.
My wife and I visited in December 2016. The construction that other reviewers mentioned is complete, and the garden is a beauty. We loved it all... pond, waterfall, lawn, bridge. They were aerating the pond when we were there, so there were a few small air compressors scatted around, and while their noise was noticeable, it wasn't distracting. I did... 更多
This is hidden and a secret to many who live here. I discovered it a few years ago initially and have been spreading the word. A group of friends celebrated my birthday here with an intimate japanese Tea Ceremony in which you make reservations for. It was lovely and special! Walking the bounds is meditative and the docents here are... 更多
This is a worst, saddest garden I ever seen. It took us 5 minutes to walk around and we see nothing, except green water in a pond, half dead pines and couple of Japanese little statues. Do not waste your time.